“You decide,” I said. “You decide what you want to improve on.”
The class had just completed a survey, looking at strengths and weaknesses.
“You decide, if you would like to focus on and improve an area of weakness. Or you may decide to focus on and improve an area of strength.
“Correcting a weakness only creates a mediocre performance. Building on a strength creates mastery. You decide what you want to improve upon.”